Harvard Chan alum Michael Grant spent 25 days in Puerto Rico helping to assess the state of the island’s medical infrastructure in the wake of the storm.
Conference provides window into issues at the intersection of nutrition and health, agriculture, and environment November 21, 2017 – The world produces more food than ever before, yet an estimated 200 million people in Africa lack adequate nutrition,…
Puerto Rico is facing an unfolding public health disaster. Stephanie Kayden offers some insights on the public health and medical challenges facing the island.
We speak to an expert on disaster response to learn about the public health and medical challenges ahead in Puerto Rico.
As recovery begins in areas affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, experts are seeing signs that lessons learned from past disasters mitigated some of these powerful storms’ devastating effects.
Want to help after a disaster? Donate cash, not clothes or supplies, experts say.
Donations of diapers, clothing, and bottled water have streamed into Texas and Louisiana from across the country for residents whose lives have been devastated by Hurricane Harvey. But despite the generous intentions of their donors, experts say these…
Richard Serino spoke about the response to Harvey so far and the long recovery ahead in Texas and Louisiana.
Experts say the recovery from Harvey is likely to take years.
Among older adults whose houses were damaged or destroyed after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, those who maintained stronger connections with neighbors and friends after the disaster experienced less cognitive decline.